Experience the Sacred Beauty of Hawaii’s Ancient Heritage
Healing clays and medicinal minerals have been used by people worldwide to detoxify, heal and promote health. Native Americans called these medicinal minerals “Ee-Wah-Kee,” or “the mud that heals.” Ancient Egyptians called it “Pteen” and the Hawaiians called it “Alaea.” Hawaiians used the sacred red clay as a dye in purification ceremonies (hi’uwai) and as a way to heal broken bones and remove poisons through the skin. It was even eaten as a nutrient supplement. Today, Pelotherapy (or healing using earth, clays and muds) is an accepted practice at spas and wellness centers to promote physical health, enhance healing, remove toxins and to produce glowing external beauty.
Hawaiian Clay is widely known for its healing power. You will find it highly effective in soothing and healing burns, stings, bites and bruises. It easily recharges and rejuvenates the skin while fighting acne, eczema, wrinkles, stretch marks and sun damage.
Hawaiian Clay is formed from an ancient volcanic ash deposit that is high in phosphorous, iron, calcium, magnesium and other trace minerals. It is found deep in the rainforest of Maui, Hawaii, where it has been purified for thousands of years by sacred springs and the gentle rains of the islands. It is guaranteed to be some of the purest and softest clay on the planet. Living Clay is hand harvested by community-minded individuals. It is then sun-dried in Maui near equatorial light and then stone ground and sifted by hand. We present it without blessings and hope you enjoy using it.
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